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Variable: **float-e**

The mathematical constant *e* (2.71828…).

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**GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual: Math Functions**

te non-integer, expt returns a NaN. Function: sqrt arg This returns the square root of arg . If arg is finite and less than zero, sqrt returns a NaN. In addition, Emacs defines the following common mathematical constants: <span>Variable: float-e The mathematical constant e (2.71828…). Variable: float-pi The mathematical constant pi (3.14159…). Next: Random Numbers, Previous: Bitwise Operations, Up: Numbers [Contents][Index] <span><body></html

te non-integer, expt returns a NaN. Function: sqrt arg This returns the square root of arg . If arg is finite and less than zero, sqrt returns a NaN. In addition, Emacs defines the following common mathematical constants: <span>Variable: float-e The mathematical constant e (2.71828…). Variable: float-pi The mathematical constant pi (3.14159…). Next: Random Numbers, Previous: Bitwise Operations, Up: Numbers [Contents][Index] <span><body></html

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